Building a livable world requires a new understanding of our species’ role on Earth. Reorienting this sense of self is something that all of us must confront. Easier said than done, perhaps. But here’s where it might start.
Most disaster risk assessments make the mistake of treating human behavior as constant over time, and that’s a problem.
New research reveals that the general public is largely under the (incorrect) impression that whites are more concerned than nonwhites about environmental issues.